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The Catholic Hymnal: containing hymns for congregational and home use, and the vesper psalms, the office of compline, the litanies, hymns at benediction, etc.

Composer: Rev. Alfred Young
Publisher: Catholic Publication Society, New York, 1885
Denomination: Catholic Church
Language: English
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1Lift up the Advent strain!Page Scan
2He is coming, He is comingPage Scan
3Behold, the Bridegroom cometh in the middle of the nightPage Scan
4The Son of Man shall comePage Scan
5The world is very evilPage Scan
6See, He comes! whom every nation,Page Scan
7O come, O come, EmmanuelPage Scan
8The Bridegroom comesPage Scan
9Wake, awake, for night is flyingPage Scan
10Hark! the hosts of heaven are singingPage Scan
11God from on high hath heardPage Scan
12While this low earth was filled with sadnessPage Scan
13Hark! the heaven's sweet melodyPage Scan
14Christians, awake! salute the happy morn,Page Scan
15The Virgin Mary hath conceivedPage Scan
17O lovely voices of the sky! Page Scan
18To Him, God's only Son,Page Scan
19From lands that see the sun arisePage Scan
20Born of God the Father's bosomPage Scan
21Jesu, Redeemer of the worldPage Scan
22O come, new anthems let us singPage Scan
23While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
24Angels from the realms of gloryPage Scan
25God of mercy, God of gracePage Scan
26Lo, the pilgrim MagiPage Scan
27Alleluia! sweetest anthemPage Scan
28Alleluia! Song of sweetnessPage Scan
29Christian, seek not yet reposePage Scan
30Lord of the hearts of menPage Scan
31Christmastide hath faded whollyPage Scan
32Wilt thou tread the pathway lowlyPage Scan
33Now are the days of humblest prayerPage Scan
34Lord, our strength and righteousnessPage Scan
35Thou loving Maker of mankindPage Scan
36Come, let us sit and weepPage Scan
37When I survey the wondrous CrossPage Scan
38O Love Divine, what hast Thou done?Page Scan
39O Jesu, Thou art standingPage Scan
40My Jesus, say what wretch has daredPage Scan
41Slain for my soul, for all my sins defamedPage Scan
42O world! behold upon the TreePage Scan
43aAngels of peace, look down from heaven, and mournPage Scan
43bAngels of peace, look down from heaven, and mournPage Scan
44What a sea of tears and sorrowsPage Scan
45Holy Ghost, dispel our sadnessPage Scan
46Now, my soul, thy voice upraisingPage Scan
47Sweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
48At the cross her station keepingPage Scan
49'Tis thou, my cruel heart, 'tis thouPage Scan
50Ah! wounded Head must Thou Page Scan
51Lord Jesu, when we stand afarPage Scan
52Christ, the Life of all the livingPage Scan
53See, where in shame the God of glory hangsPage Scan
54O my people, O mine ownPage Scan
55Oh! come and mourn with me awhile.Page Scan
56O'erwhelm'd in depths of woePage Scan
57Hail, Thou Head, so bruised and tornPage Scan
58Lord, in this thy mercy's dayPage Scan
59O Lord, turn not thy face from mePage Scan
60The Royal banners forward goPage Scan
61Now let us join with hearts and tonguesPage Scan
62Beneath thy cross I lay me downPage Scan
63All glory, laud, and honorPage Scan
64Come, sons and daughters of the KingPage Scan
65The Day of Resurrection! Page Scan
66Far be sorrow, tears, and sighingPage Scan
67Lo! the world from slumber risenPage Scan
68In thy glorious ResurrectionPage Scan
69Joy dawned again on Easter DayPage Scan
70"Welcome, happy morning!" age to age shall sayPage Scan
71In sweet consent let all the anthem sing, Alleluia!Page Scan
72Alleluia! let the nationsPage Scan
73Beneath a mighty armPage Scan
74Come, see the place where Jesus layPage Scan
75To Him Who for our sins was slainPage Scan
76He is risen, He is risen!Page Scan
77A hymn of glory let us singPage Scan
78Thou, Who dost build for us on highPage Scan
79With all your floods at tendingPage Scan
80Hail the day that sees Him rise, Alleluia!Page Scan
81At length the longed for joy is givenPage Scan
82See the Conqueror mounts in triumphPage Scan
83Come, O Creator, Spirit blestPage Scan
84Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed Page Scan
85Grace Incarnate!Page Scan
86Come Thou, O comePage Scan
87To God we lift our heartsPage Scan
88Day all jubilant, all spendidPage Scan
89Be present, Holy TrinityPage Scan
90God of life and light and motionPage Scan
91Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord of hosts Almighty!Page Scan
92Holy, Holy, Holy Lord! Page Scan
93Three in One, and One in ThreePage Scan
94Most Ancient of all mysteriesPage Scan
95With God there is a HomePage Scan
96Jesus, my Lord, my God, my AllPage Scan
97Jesus, my Lord, my God, my AllPage Scan
98O Food, the pilgrim needethPage Scan
99Of the glorious Body tellingPage Scan
100Behold the Lamb of God! Page Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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